To deal with St. Catharines’ graffiti problem, local businesses teamed up to showcase the work of dozens of graffiti artists from across the province. The alleyway in between James Street and the parallel Garden Park is now a dedicated area for serious artists – and features some seriously awesome graffiti. Check it out.
Walked through Graffiti Alley for the first time Aug 20th, 2022. It was so much better than I thought it would be! Whimsical, funny, strange, animals, portraits - it’s all there. Loved it!, Also...
Fun street to walk down after dinner. The family enjoy seeing the Graffiti art. We walked down the street at dusk. We were pretty much the only ones there.
Looking and taking pictures while I was there, it's a hidden jem if you do visit Tronto down town you have to go here.